It's finally time for our I'm a Huge Fan winner Areeba to meet Anne Hathaway! Areeba is perfectly ready for her interview thanks to her training at Cap 21, fabulous outfit from 25 Park, and beauty makeover from Privé salon. Areeba and Anne sit down for an amazingly candid interview about everything from her handsome dream costar, Matt Damon, to her secret desires to sing backup on Adele's rumored country album. Anne also opens up about her impulse to cut off all her hair, taking on the beloved Emma in One Day, and what it's like to work with genius "Hitchcock with a Batpod" Christopher Nolan, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Christian Bale on The Dark Knight Rises. Anne even relays a message to Glee creator Ryan Murphy about still wanting to be on the show. In case you missed them, watch Areeba's big reveal and NYC arrival as well as her Broadway singing and acting training. Now, check out the I'm a Huge Fan: Anne Hathaway finale and One Day, in theaters now!
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While my pooch frequented a boarding facility in NYC with webcams for me to watch at work, he attended a playcare in San Francisco for the first time yesterday. I think bringing my pooch there everyday would destroy my productivity since I couldn't stop watching. Do your pups attend one of these places?
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Dog, plus too much food, plus not enough exercise, equals one flabby little Fido. Although a roly-poly pooch might look cute, obesity poses the same health risks for your pet as it does for you. Diet and exercise are key, but if you're having trouble slimming down Sparky, here are some services that can help.
Pooch to 5K
Yes, you read correctly. Just like the Couch to 5K for humans, there's a Pooch to 5K for dogs, a service that offers personal training for the furry loves of your life. Over 40 percent of dogs are overweight, which can lead to joint pain and heart disease, so there's no time like now to get your four-legged friend in tip-top shape. The free Pooch to 5K 12-week training program will help your dog go from lounging around to comfortably running a 5K. What's even better is that you're the one running with your dog three times a week, not the dog trainer, so you too will get in excellent shape. Two paws up!
Keep reading to hear the other ways you can help your beefy Boomer lose weight.